Resources

Benefits Resources

It’s important to know how you will be cared for after you’ve learned you’ve been affected by working in the energy industry. Nuclear Care Partners proudly employees experts when it comes to your care. Our team has the advice and tips you should know when learning about the best practices for your on-going lifestyle adjustments. Our mission is to provide compassionate care and understanding. When it comes to our staff, we make sure to employ our nurses directly, rather than hire contract workers, because we believe that long-term relationships lead to better health outcomes.

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Newsletters & Patient Stories

Nuclear Care Partners recognizes everything our patients have achieved and conquered while employed as atomic workers. We want to showcase our inclusive newsletters highlighting their obstacles and success. We also provide a resource guide for patients looking for information in regards to benefit-eligible work sites. Former employees of these facilities, alongside qualifications, are eligible for compensation and benefits through the Energy Employment Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA).

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Atomic Sites & Facilities

This list includes states and their accompanying worksites that are classified at Special Exposure Cohorts (SEC) and eligible for benefits under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act (EEOICPA) through the Department of Energy (DOE). We have noted a brief description, years of operations qualified under the DOE, and the scope of work to each facility location below. If you believe you or a loved one has been affected, one of our Nuclear Care Partner Benefits Specialists can help you determine your qualifications today!

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